TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - The University of Alabama's football
stadium isn't the only thing that's been expanded in Tuscaloosa.
The city has expanded its free 311 helpline to assist visitors
and residents with information about the football traffic and other
Tuscaloosa city clerk Tracy Croom says the helpline's hours have
been increased to four hours before kickoff.
She says operators will monitor traffic using cameras, and they will answer questions about the new traffic configuration around the expanded stadium and as well as any other question about a football weekend in Tuscaloosa.
City officials say they are also offering free parking at the intermodal facility less than a mile from the stadium.
A $1 shuttle will be available to the game.
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